Dear fellow tax hikers, the conduct of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department has cost taxpayers another $110,000. County Commissioners unanimously approved the payout to settle more abuse charges against the Sheriff. This is only the latest in such behavior from the Sheriff to cost county taxpayers, and we know there is more to come. It doesn't bother us one bit.
Sean Donovan is running for Sheriff, citing his many years of experience running the Sheriff's Department. This is the kind of experience we need! By managing the office in such a way to require frequent settlements with taxpayer money, Donovan has reliably done his job to further the county's budget crisis and increase the demands to raise our taxes.
We applaud Simon Leis and Streetcar supporter Sean Donovan for the way they run their Department. Whether it's blow-up dolls, multiple helicopters, fishing boats, or settlements against them for the laws they break, Donovan and Leis can always be relied upon to find new and inventive ways to spend taxpayer money.
It doesn't stop there. Leis and Donovan both have been strong supporters of the Cincinnati streetcar. Leis and Donovan campaigned hard to increase Hamilton County's Sales Tax for a Taj Mahal jail and new social spending programs. Leis and Donovan both absolutely adore double dipping, and make good use of those double dippers to maintain a huge staff of highly-paid administrators.
The future of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department is at stake this November. If you support double dipping, streetcars, higher taxes, and civil rights violations that cost taxpayers dearly, then it's time to get behind Sean Donovan. We don't want this great Department to change.